Robert V. Derrah
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Robert V. Derrah was an American architect. His work included designs for the Crossroads of the World (1936), Coca-Cola Building (Los Angeles) and a 1942 extension on the Southern California Gas Company Complex.
He died at the age of 51 in 1946.
- Crossroads of the World (1936), one of America's first outdoor shopping malls, 6671 Sunset Boulevard at Las Palmas, Los Angeles. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
- Coca-Cola Building (Los Angeles) (1939), 1334 South Central Avenue
- Southern California Gas Company Complex (1942), Art Deco style six story extension at 820 S. Flower Street including two concrete side sections that curve into the recessed glass center.
- five unit Colonial courtyard building (1935) on Durant Drive in Beverly Hills, targeted for demolition
- Mrs. Lillian M. Rose house (1934), a Monterey architecture style house at 842 South Citrus Avenue in Mid-City.
- A Mini Monterey Mini Masterpiece by Robert V. Derrah Steve Vaught Posted on November 12, 2010 Paradise Leased